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% The hogs you saw standing in the One time I was planting corn corn cobs eating cam last week are with my ol 37-A-John Deem Tractor now shown loaded on the big truck and I got close to the fence when and ready to head for Wilson's in I turned around and the tire stem Cedar Rapids. The driver and pilot caught on a wild grape vine and of the big rig is Gerald Marner and fluid from the tire started to squirt the drovers standing are left to right out. I limped in to the barn yard and - Gary Yoder, Mike Marner, Stan called Cleo - he soon arrived with Marner, and James Yoder his pickup, pumped out the lluid and memories! broke the stubtxm bead with a big We crossed paths with Ed Wyse hmg bar and one ann. Repaired the of Wayland recently and he said tire, pumped the lluid back in and they wintered down in Phoenix, within an hour I wa.s phmting corn Arizona in the same court where again. That's the kind of a guy Cleo Sylvanus Yoders and Mile Millers was. wintered, which fiwmerly was tie used to work at John Burkey's Court when we used to Bontrager's service station during winter down there, the early going before he was Ed said that he used to enjoy married. He used to bring ol worn these lines down there which he out tires out m the lake where we ice borrowed from Sylvanus. skated in the winter time hw warmth We just returned from Wisconsin and lot light during the dark cold where it has been very dry and night winter nights. All the ol ice skaters before last it rained all night and we know that your skates umd to Ira)sen drove in rain half-way home. up ate)u| h,'df way through the night. The Northerns were very happyCleo used to come to me and say for the moisture, hope some will (Yoder) come with me and we arrive here .soon. would skate off in the dark where he Weattended the funeral of an ol would sit on the bank and he would time friend Cleo Troyer last Friday. say to me - tighten up my skates and Cleo was 6 months older thmi I - We I would untie them and relate them walked to school together, used to very tight and that was all I ever go ice skating together and I was his helped him and he was sure that attendant, groomsman or nave hucka nolx y else knew it. }lals off! to at his wedding. Cleo Troyer. He lost his left ,arm in a lx rtable Friday night, Robert and Vehna hammer mill accident when he w e¢ Yoder, Marion and Doris Yoder, Wc certainly enjoyed a very fine visit wilh Ihem and talked about the gavel ol cl:lys iul general. Adios Centerville School visits News office by Man|ca Miller Students from the ('enlcrville School, accompanied by several adults, visited tim Kahma News office Friday, April 22. The thirty students learned how a computer is used to write stories and how the newspaper staff develops picttu'cs. Each student was giveu a copy t)l" this article which they got to see being written. Students visiting included Kathryn Beachy, Nelda Bcachy, Clara Slabach, Merle Ropp, Laverta Ropp, Marilyn Beachy, Susan Masl, Mary Enuna lh)chstedler, Jonathan Yoder, Lucille Ropp, Wihna Schlabach, l'~trl Miller, Iva Yoder, Freema|| Miller. Rachel Miller, l lannah Beachy, Ada Elizabeth I h~:hstedler, Latent Ropp, Dorthy Beachy, Katie Schlabach, Enos Yoder, Melvin Miller, Cecil Miller, Andrew Yoder, ()llie Auna ttochstedler, Nelda Miller, Verna Miller, Norman Schhibach, Floyd Miller, Mary Schlabach, Leah Katheryn Y(xler. Adults accompanying the students for the tour were leachers Audrey Yoder and Kathleen Ropp and p trents Amos 1". and Elsie Miller, Alvin T. and Marlha Miller, and Lavern Ropp. Also visiting were former Centerville students Alia Miller, Susanna Gingerich, Eunice YtvJcr. Tour guide lor the day was Kahma News owner and publisher, Ran Slechta. Also included in the school's field trip was a visit to K:dona Pl:e~lics. THE KALONA NEWS" Thur~bY'J This Society. area words, printed. address County and NOT to Se, archinll son of Rose 2489 32738. B(3 am Bccson Lena Miller and Mary Schrock pound bread dough at last year's MCC sale bread boolh. In addition to fresh baked bx'ead, a variety of foods are Louisa available lor purch;tse. Arlene This year's s ffe, May 27 :rod 28 at the .lohuson County Fairgrounds, Iowa City, will again feature goodies to cat as well as a htrge auction of quilts St., cedar and other items from arc| or|flamen and businesses, l.ocal churches and individuals are busy producing items for the sale which don|lea proceeds to Mennonite Central Committee to be used for worldwide relief efforts. (Photo by Frauk and Ada Yoder) French Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30: Quilt show held ;tt the Kalona Community Cenler. Admission $2.50. TuesdaY, nuggetS, Monday, May 2: Kalona City Council meetsY 7:30 p.m., Council Chambers, Kahma Community Building. Welhnan Library Trustees meet, 1 p.m. at the Welhnan library. Wellman City Council meets, 7 p.m. at City l l;lll, council ch;unbcrs. Stricker nursing scholarship deadline Tuesday, May 3: K;,h,na Friends Mid-Prairie seniors who plan to of the Public Library meets, 7 p.m. enter the field of nursing may apply at the Kalona library. for the Stricker Nursing Scholarship, Kaiona Rotary n|eets, noon, a $2500 award given in unemory of Farmers Savings Banxk. HazelS|tier. Wednesday, May 4: Welhnan The award is based on need, Rotary meets, 12:10 p.m. at the ability, and scholarship, without American LegionBuilding. regard to sex or race. Applications American Legion Auxiliary may be obtained from Don Randol, meets, 2 p.m. at the American senior high counselor. Legion ll,'dl. American l.egion |neets, 7 p.m. at the American l cgion l laii. parslied Thursday, May 5: Alcoholics milk. Anonymous meels, 8 p.m.. at Welhn;m City flail, downslairs,salad, AI-Anon meets, 8 p.m. at milk• Welhnan City llall, council FridaY, chmnbers, e . . .~/,. ! ¢/~ sly._ • " " " 7 rr - & ERICKSON 803 4TH ST. 319-656-3685 The new TROY-BILT~ Mulching Mower now with vanable speeds lighter deck, and our 7-Year Warranty. Ask about no money down finanong. Stringtown Sales & Service 1 1/2 miles East of Cheese Factory Phone: 683-2638 CALL FOR FREE Kelth and Judy Y, ler, Leah Roberts /ll 18. He never admitted !hat he was " "' " •' i and Don Yoder met at the handicapped and he didn t have m. • ....•h.._ ...,..._. ,... Townhouse for a delicious evening I to go In his S.op wnunu nu ' ' had a ....,,,, ,m, ...... .., w dinner and visit Paul Troyers. would' ' o" .... ;": "';" ".!"'½" .... 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